Stage IIIB adult primary liver cancer

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Stage III is divided into stage IIIA and IIIB. In stage IIIB, the cancer has spread to nearby lymph nodes and one of the following is found: (1) one tumor, which may be larger than 2 centimeters; or (2) one tumor, which may be larger than 2 centimeters and has spread to nearby blood vessels; or (3) more than one tumor, none of which is larger than 2 centimeters and all are in just one lobe of the liver; or (4) more than one tumor, none of which is larger than 2 centimeters and all are in just one lobe of the liver and have spread to nearby blood vessels; or (5) more than one tumor, at least one of which is larger than 2 centimeters, and all are in just one lobe of the liver and may have spread to nearby blood vessels.


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